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Centaurus - Wikipedia


Centaurus /sɛnˈtɔːrəs/ is a bright constellation in the southern sky. One of the largest constellations, Centaurus was included among the 48 constellations ...

Centaurus Financial, Inc.: Welcome to Centaurus


Centaurus Financial, Inc. is a leading independent broker/dealer licensed to offer securities, investment advisory services and insurance products nationwide.



Centaurus. Abbreviation: Cen; Genitive: Centauri; Translation: The Centaur; Peoria Astronomical Society Centaurus Page · Interactive star chart (Java applet)  ...

Centaurus - Constellations of Words


Read what writers of myth have written on the Centaurs on this page of the Theoi Project website. The constellation Centaurus is depicted taking adjoining ...

Centaurus Constellation: Facts, Myth, Star Map, Major Stars, Deep ...


Centaurus is one of the largest constellations in the sky. It represents the centaur, the half man, half horse creature in Greek mythology. Sources tend to differ on ...



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Centaurus - All Issues - Wiley Online Library


Centaurus. © John Wiley & Sons A/S. Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Cover image for Vol. 57 Issue 4. Edited By: Ida Stamhuis. Online ISSN: 1600-0498.

Centaurus - The Constellations Web Page


Centaurus is one of several constellations that deal with the Labours of Heracles. In the Fourth Labour, Heracles' assignment was to bring back a rampaging ...

Centaurus High School - Boulder Valley School District


Website: ceh.bvsd.org. Daily Schedule: 7:30-3:00. Enrollment: 1020. Student/ Teacher Ratio: 17.5/1. Principal: Terry Gillach (Interim). Centaurus High School ...

eSky: Centaurus - Glyph Web


A rich and extensive constellation of the southern sky. Centaurus contains much that is of interest, but is perhaps most famous for the stars Proxima and Alpha ...

Centaurus (The Centaur)
Centaurus is a constellation in the southern hemisphere, first listed by the Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century. It has traditionally been identified with a centaur, half man, half horse... More »